By Nancy Leinfuss NEW YORK, Nov 25 (Reuters) - U.S. corporate bonds ended a six-week rally a tad weaker on Monday as trading slowed ahead of the holiday and issuance tapered off after a heavy week of supply, traders said. "We're a bit softer in here, but trading has been very quiet," said one trader. "We've seen a bit of issuance activity, but overall, holiday weeks are always very slow." Spreads, the yield gap between corporate bonds and comparable-maturity Treasuries, widened 0.01 ...
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